It has been a week that has been particularly hard on many. Life must go on and we must live life to the full, God knows, life is short. Here are a few blog posts I have enjoyed in May.
Mrs Bertimus and family stay in this very quirky and eclectic seaside Guest House at the Whitby Goth Festival. I have actually spent a night here too…many moons ago. 🙂
Grenson the dog is always on holiday! This time in ‘Mostly’ dog-friendly Yorkshire…
Ever thought of ‘Gin tasting’ or visiting the ‘Wild West’ in Edinburgh? Lucy shares her alternative Guide to this beautiful city.
Speeking of beautiful cities, our hearts go out to everyone in Manchester at the moment. City Jackdaw has been writing about the incredible generousity of spirit in his home town.
Laura has been admiring Japanese Cherry Blossom….in Kent.
And Christine found a Secret Valley Of Bluebells.
Duck in a Dress shares her Geocashing Adventures!
Here’s a nostalgic glimpse into one bloggers magazine reading history. Remember Bunty anyone? From Bunty to Betty on ‘Typewriter Girl’.
And this lady has nostalgia in buckets! Am happy to have discovered Forties@Heart here on WordPress, where Julie, a Mum in the Outer Hebridees ,atempts a 1940’s inspired Lifestyle.
Cumbrian Blondie has been walking the beautiful Ullswater Way. 🙂
And here’s a blog from my little corner of the world. Lovely recipes and beautiful interiors ~ My Grandma Taught Me To Cook.
Can I show you a few snaps from beautiful Brotherswater I took only yesterday. This is one of the smaller lakes in The Lake District and is situated in the eastern region of the Lakes.
There’s still time to join in with #30dayswild in June. If you fancy signing up and doing something wild every day next month, go to action.wildlifetrusts.org and join in with the challenge. Here are a few ideas for your Random Acts Of Wildness.
Sow some Wildflower seeds.
Identify a Bird Call.
Collect some Elderflowers and make a cordial or champagne.
Tell the time with a Dandelion Clock.
Read a Nature Book outdoors.
Go Barefoot in the grass.
Play Pooh sticks in a stream.
Record the birds who visit your garden.
Visit a Nature Reserve.
Make a Bee Hotel.
Thanks for dropping by. Let me know if you are joining in with #30dayswild.